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					                                                          Form a Corporation or LLC
Incorporate or
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                          Benefits of Incorporation
                          • Protect personal assets
                            Without setting up a legal entity for a small business, like a corporation or LLC,
                            personal liability for business debt is unlimited. Should the business experience
                            severe financial difficulties, creditors can take away personal property such as a
                            home, retirement savings, or other assets.

                          • Save money at tax time
                            If one operates as a sole proprietor, he or she will be required to pay self-employment
                            tax on his or her profit. However, when a corporation for a small business is set up,
                            only the salary paid to oneself is subject to self employment tax. For example, with
                            an S-Corporation, the remainder of the profit is not subject to self employment tax,
                            saving the owner money.

                          • Tax deductions
                            Another tax benefit of forming a corporation is that select medical and childcare
                            costs, which cannot be deducted as a sole proprietor, may be deductible.

                          • Reduce the chance of an Internal Revenue Service audit
                            Statistics show that a business operating as a sole proprietor (filing a Schedule C)
                            is more likely to be audited by the IRS than a business operating as a corporation.

                          • Look and feel professional
                            Adding “Inc.” or “LLC” after a small business name gives credibility, professionalism
                            and trust with customers.

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                     MyCorporation does not provide legal advice. MyCorporation encourages its customers to consult with legal counsel about these matters.

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